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Hotel Venezia is a 40-room boutique hotel with luxurious amenities. It offers the warmth of home combined with modern conveniences. It has a business center and 3 function rooms that are perfect for meetings and special occasions from 10 up to 500 persons. The Bicol Region or Bicolandia is one of the 17 regions of the Philippines. It occupies the Bicol Peninsula at the southeastern end of Luzon island and some other islands. The region is generally hilly and mountainous except for a few stretches of plains extending from Camarines Sur to the southwestern part of Albay and several smaller coastal and inland plains in other parts of the peninsula. It has many rivers, lakes, bays, mountains, volcanoes, and waterfalls, caves and springs. The beautiful and interesting spots are well distributed in the area. The region is dotted with volcanoes with the imposing and majestic Mayon Volcano as the most domiant.
|Room Category||Room Rates|
|Junior Suite||PHP 4,270|
|One-Bedroom Suite||PHP 6,100|
|Extra Person (inclusive of breakfast)||PHP 1,000|
- Overnight accommodation based on single/twin sharing
- Roundtrip airport transfers (Legazpi Airport – Hotel – Legazpi Airport)
- Use of swimming pool
- WiFi access
- Rates are quoted in Philippine peso (PHP)
- Rates are quoted per room per night based on single/double occupancy
- Above rates are valid December 31, 2015
- Hotel rooms are subject to space availability
- Rates are subject to change without prior notice
- Airport transfer
- Business center
- Car park
- Coffee shop
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Family room
- Laundry service
- Meeting facilities
- Room service
- Safety Deposit Box
- Smoking area
Sports and Recreation
This region is for adventurers – full of volcanoes, beaches, caverns, coves, lakes, parks and other natural wonders.
“Bicolandia” is made up the provinces of Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Albay, Sorsogon, Catanduanes and Masbate. You can find it at the southern tip of the island of Luzon. Bicol is one of the Philippines’ best-known tourist destinations. Some of its more famous treasures are the gentle butanding whale sharks ofDonsol, the fierce and fiery Mayon Volcano and Bulusan Volcano, and the popular Cam Sur Watersports Complex (CWC).
It’s best to get into shape before visiting. You never know what adventures are in store.
Wind-and-kitesurfers will enjoy Bagasbas Beach in Daet. Beach lovers might enjoy visiting the surrounding islets, not missing out on the Calaguas Islands of Camarines Norte.
While the Survivor and Amazing Race television series have put places like Caramoan and Albay on the world adventure map, the less known islands of Calintaan (in Sorsogon), Sombrero (in Masbate), San Miguel (also in Masbate), and Misibis (in Albay) are just as enchanting.
And the people make it even better.
Bicol locals are an interesting mix of laid back and outspoken. They enjoy holding colorful water parades, are proud of their centuries-old stone churches, and will fire up your palate with their delicious spicy specialties.
This is also a land of hemp, locally known as abaca. Coal, limestone and sulfur also abound. As Bicol is by the water, fishing is a big source of income. Watersports isn’t recommended during the rainy season (November to January), but summer (February to June) is a great time to sure to hit the beach.